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A Client of mine has a new pc that he wants his peachtree i think 8.0 installed on and clients on.  I installed peachtree and copied the company dirs unto the new machine.  When i try to open the company it gives errors.  Any tips

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What is the error message your getting and what OS are you running?

david@e-controller.com

RE: Transfering companies

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Its windows 98 and I believe it was a missing file error. But when i did i search the file was present.
I dont have access to the pc right now but i will call for the info

RE: Transfering companies

I Tried copying my files to a CD for backup reference and ease and got the message regarding "Single User Access only. Please try again when others have logged off.

Is this the same problem you are having?

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